George Saunders, Lincoln in the Bardo (2017)
READERS’ BREAK    OPEN AND PARTICIPATIVE DISCUSSION   SATURDAY 16 DECEMBER

George Saunders, Lincoln in the Bardo (2017)
READERS’ BREAK
OPEN AND PARTICIPATIVE DISCUSSION
SATURDAY 16 DECEMBER

The Institute for the Study of Texts is a pioneering, participative network for philosophy and literature.
The Institute organises courses and programmes across borders, through videoconference, following a cooperative approach on education and creativity.

The Institute for the Study of Texts is a pioneering, participative network for philosophy and literature.
The Institute organises courses and programmes across borders, through videoconference, following a cooperative approach on education and creativity.

TERM COURSES

Long Courses in Textual Analysis on the best texts of Literature and Philosophy. Weekly videoconference sessions in small groups over eight weeks.

CRASH COURSES

Short Courses in Textual Analysis on the brief classics of Literature and Philosophy. Two to four videoconference sessions in small groups over a few days.

Testimonials

Great value - a nominal fee for a lot of learning and four evenings of enjoyable conversation, through the Birdman Crash Course. The discussions were ably guided, with an even spread of conversation and with the instructor intervening with relevant questions and corrections. I look forward to attending more !

Srijan Bandyopadhyay

Project Management and Communications Consultant

New Delhi

The IST gives me immense opportunities to interact with participants from all domains, through the curation of unique courses and peer-to-peer discussions. The diverse and multiple perspectives shared in each group have left a great impact on my understanding of Art and life.

Akshansh Singh

IST Instructor, Writer, Director

Dubai

The IST offers great courses. I attended two term courses, on Hemingway and Derrida, and the Writers’ Atelier, where I shared my poetry. It is a great way to learn, discuss and exchange ideas about literature and philosophy.

Ujjwala Kaushik

Literature Student

New Delhi

WRITERS’ ATELIER

Collaborative reviews and discussions via videoconference, once a week for a month. Each participant submits their work and shares feedbacks on others’.

READERS’ BREAK

Bi-monthly free and participative discussions on great works of Literature, Social Sciences and Philosophy. Sessions open to all, in Delhi or online via videoconference.